UK law firms sign up to support Government social mobility push
Ten top UK law firms have signed up to a government-led scheme to boost social diversity among big business. The participating organisations - which also include the Bar Council and the Legal Services Board - have committed to participate in initiatives aimed to benefit low income or minority ethnic groups, including encouraging staff to become mentors and ensuring equal access to work experience placements.
Ten top UK law firms have signed up to a government-led scheme to boost social diversity among big business.
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